Herend Queen Victoria Aver Bord en Or

What is perhaps Herend’s most famous pattern is made up of almost a hundred kinds of stylized butterflies and sprigs of blossom, painted in cheerful and lively colours - this is Queen Victoria
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The décor was unveiled at the Great Exhibition in London in 1851, where it scored a Huge Success. The recognition meant not only a gold medal from the jury, but a commission from the person who gave her name to the décor. Queen Victoria ordered a table service in this pattern for Windsor Castle.

The décor was unveiled at the Great Exhibition in London in 1851, where it scored a Huge Success. The recognition meant not only a gold medal from the jury, but a commission from the person who gave her name to the décor. Queen Victoria ordered a table service in this pattern for Windsor Castle.

What is perhaps Herend’s most famous pattern is made up of almost a hundred kinds of stylized Butterflies and sprigs of blossom, painted in cheerful and lively colours. The strong element of the décor is the peony, which derived from China before coming one of the favourite motifs of early European porcelain.

What is perhaps Herend’s most famous pattern is made up of almost a hundred kinds of stylized Butterflies and sprigs of blossom, painted in cheerful and lively colours. The strong element of the décor is the peony, which derived from China before coming one of the favourite motifs of early European porcelain.

The combination of red, blue, purple, yellow and green butterflies, flowers and sprigs makes a cavalcade of colour, surrounded by a gilt rim that stands for the green of a meadow.

The combination of red, blue, purple, yellow and green butterflies, flowers and sprigs makes a cavalcade of colour, surrounded by a gilt rim that stands for the green of a meadow.

In spite of the Chinese inspiration behind this imaginative combination assembled by the second founder of Herend, Mór Fischer, it gives a Hungarian impression. It recalls Hungary’s woods and meadows and the colours and murmurings of country gardens.

In spite of the Chinese inspiration behind this imaginative combination assembled by the second founder of Herend, Mór Fischer, it gives a Hungarian impression. It recalls Hungary’s woods and meadows and the colours and murmurings of country gardens.

The décor was unveiled at the Great Exhibition in London in 1851, where it scored a Huge Success. The recognition meant not only a gold medal from the  jury, but a commission from the person who gave her name to the décor.

The décor was unveiled at the Great Exhibition in London in 1851, where it scored a Huge Success. The recognition meant not only a gold medal from the jury, but a commission from the person who gave her name to the décor.

Queen Victoria ordered a table service in this pattern for Windsor Castle.

Queen Victoria ordered a table service in this pattern for Windsor Castle.

Apart from the well-known Version in several colours, the Victoria avec Bord en Or (VBO) comes in yellow, maroon, purple, green, orange and blue variants.

Apart from the well-known Version in several colours, the Victoria avec Bord en Or (VBO) comes in yellow, maroon, purple, green, orange and blue variants.

The new version of the Victoria pattern transformed with current, fashionable colours  – greenish grey and light crimson with platinum bordering. This version was created in 2010. (VBOG-X1-PT)

The new version of the Victoria pattern transformed with current, fashionable colours – greenish grey and light crimson with platinum bordering. This version was created in 2010. (VBOG-X1-PT)

The Original Old VICTORIA which was first produced in 1851, is Possible to Order under the name VICTORIA. This Origin Pattern motifs are Bigger, more Colourful and Cheerful then the Victoria avec Bord en Or (VBO).

The Original Old VICTORIA which was first produced in 1851, is Possible to Order under the name VICTORIA. This Origin Pattern motifs are Bigger, more Colourful and Cheerful then the Victoria avec Bord en Or (VBO).

The new version of the Victoria pattern transformed with current, fashionable colours  – greenish grey and light crimson with platinum bordering. This version was created in 2010. (VBOG-X1-PT)

The new version of the Victoria pattern transformed with current, fashionable colours – greenish grey and light crimson with platinum bordering. This version was created in 2010. (VBOG-X1-PT)


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